A Third Of Israeli Jews Have Had It With The Passover Cleaning

According to a new survey conducted by The Peace Index, 37 percent of Israeli Jews are liberating themselves from cleaning their homes for Passover this year.

63 percent of the Jewish public will clean their homes of all chametz, the survey reports, and 67 percent will eat kosher-for-Passover food both inside and outside the home. But 58 percent think that restaurants and cafes should not be required to serve kosher food during Passover, while only 38 percent favor such a requirement.

This story "A Third Of Israeli Jews Are Skipping Passover Cleaning" was written by The Scribe.

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